Weak ‘TO’ Pronunciation in British CONNECTED SPEECH

In this tutorial, I give you 1 simple exercise to master the weak pronunciation of ‘to’ in connected speech.

Did you know the correct pronunciation in connected speech?

Native speakers use the weak form of ‘to’ nearly all the time because it gives your English natural rhythm – which is VERY important if you want to speak like a native.

To help you to integrate natural ‘to’ pronunciation into your English speaking, I’ve given you a fairly challenging phrase that combines the weak form of ‘to’ with 2 words that contain the ‘th’ sound.  

The ‘th’ sound is a commonly mispronounced sound. By focusing on pronouncing ‘th’ correctly in combination with the weak form of ‘to’, you’re going to be able to master both of these important English pronunciation points, just by practicing this one phrase.

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